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From the monthly archives: February, 2016

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You Know You Have Cyber Security Risks, So Why Not Act on Them?

According to an article in Fortune Magazine detailing a recent survey by NTT Com Security, companies are well aware of cyber security risks.

However, many are taking their time implementing procedures to help protect their networks from disaster that may stem from cyber security risks.

The NTT Com study on security breaches polled 1,000 executives, and disturbingly only half of them stated they had a formal plan in place to protect their networks from an attack.

This lack of urgency is even more troubling, given that the majority of respondents were well aware that they should be taking cyber security risks more seriously.

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Should You Upgrade to Windows 10? The DOD Answered Yes

Windows 10 officially launched in July and while the operating system is already live on over 200 million devices worldwide, the switch isn’t overnight for most businesses.

Whether you are satisfied with your current operating system or have just been waiting until the kinks are worked out, now may be a good time to update to the latest version of Windows.

The operating system recently received a vote of confidence from the Department of Defense, which plans to deploy the operating system to more than 4 million agency-owned devices by early next year. 

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HoloLens: Is Augmented Reality The Next Big Thing?

By George Rosenthal

Microsoft is busily creating what they hope will be the next big thing in a virtual reality type product called HoloLens.

Designed for gamers and others who enjoy a 3-D experience it’s something like virtual reality (VR) but different, more like augmented reality.

The platform is based on computer generated “holograms” with a virtual projection. The holograms look and act like they are part of the real world.

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